How Boston Candidates Would Retool Real Estate

Boston mayoral candidates Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George have some common critiques about how the city regulates real estate development, but their approaches reflect the difference between a gut renovation and a teardown.

B&T’s Editorial Board Interviews Michelle Wu

Banker & Tradesman’s editorial board and associate editor for commercial real estate interviewed Boston mayoral candidate Michelle Wu on the afternoon of Oct. 15, 2021 about her views on development how she would handle some of the pressing concerns that will face Boston’s next mayor. This transcript of that interview has been edited for clarity.

Boston Mayoral Hopefuls Face Off in Debate

Boston City Councilors Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu drew sharp distinctions between their campaigns as they faced off Wednesday in the first head-to-head televised debate of the final stretch of Boston’s mayoral contest.

Designers Seek Defenses for Extreme Heat and Flooding

The summer of 2021’s record-breaking heat and precipitation in Greater Boston is adding urgency to additional requirements for commercial buildings and development sites and designs that can withstand expected extreme weather in coming years.

Wu Has Strong Lead in Latest Poll

The first public poll of Boston voters in almost two months shows at-large City Councilor Michelle Wu has pulled away from her competitors as the preliminary mayoral election draws near.

Janey, Wu Lead New Poll on Mayoral Race

Boston’s Acting Mayor Kim Janey and At-Large City Councilor Michelle Wu lead a new poll from Suffolk University and the Boston Globe taking the temperature of the city’s race for mayor.